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Sep 27, 2012 2:30pm PDT
to cut health-care spending, but details have not yet been released. leaders of the coalition government have agreed to a deal designed to save 12 billion euros by 2013. >> there was an agreement on the basic framework, and there are, of course, outstanding issues. >> greek media say the finance minister will present the plans to the country's international lenders next week. their approval is needed to secure the next trough of bailout money -- the next traunch of bell of money. hundreds of protesters, though, say they cannot take any more cuts. >> where will the cuts be made? what are the next steps? we put those questions to our correspondent in athens. >> this has been a fairly significant step forward, the coalition agreeing so easily to the new measures. basically, you have a coalition going to the conservative right, the socialists to the far left. the fact that they were able to put their heads together and at least agree on a general framework is a significant step forward. the steps are mainly cuts to pensions, cuts to -- retirement age will go from 65 to 67, and there will be
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